Mark Mosely from the Global Infrastructure Hub explains his thinking behind the development of the risk allocation matrix
July 06, 2018
Mark Mosely explains how the Global Infrastructure Hub’s risk allocation matrix addresses the risk of new technologies disrupting traditional risk allocation.
The Global Infrastructure Hub’s risk allocation matrix has been used in workshops in emerging markets including Dar es Salaam, Bogota and Bangkok.
Mark Mosely of the Global Infrastructure Hub outlines his plans for the next iteration of the PPP risk allocation matrix, which may be expanded to include social infrastructure.
Following the success of the Global Infrastructure Hub’s PPP risk allocation matrix, Mark Mosely shares his thoughts on contract management tools for PPP.
Today we are going to talk about the judgement issued by the Competition Appeal Tribunal last week, which sets aside in parts the Pfizer Flynn decision adopted by the CMA in 2016.
June 19, 2018
Throughout the last year, there have been a number of notable developments in EU and UK competition law. In our fourth video series, members from Norton Rose Fulbright’s London antitrust and competition practice and leading competition law expert Richard Whish QC discuss insights into five key areas:
May 14, 2018
It’s good to see you again Richard. Today, I thought we might talk about the interaction between leniency programmes and competition litigation. Leniency of course, something we’ve seen a bit of phenomenal over the last twenty years, which has resulted in competition authorities being able to detect many more cartels and obviously prosecute many more cartels than in the past.
May 11, 2018
Good afternoon Richard. There has been a lot of chattering over the past year or so about the so-called “hipster antitrust” issues that are under that general rubric. Could you give us a brief introduction on what “hipster antitrust” is and then we can move on to common ownership?
Richard, good afternoon and thanks for coming in to talk to us today about online sales restrictions post-Coty. Obviously we have had a few months now to digest the Coty judgement but I think there has been a couple of interesting developments recently, most particularly the competition policy brief the Commission issued a few weeks ago now discussing their interpretation of Coty.